A UW-Stevens Point alumna gave the university $4.3 million — the largest gift in school history — to establish a foundation to address education inequalities.
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Five months after introducing proposal to cut six humanities majors, UW-Stevens Point announced plans to keep all degrees intact Wednesday.
Partnership between UW System officials and Wisconsin’s Native tribes hopes to boost enrollment and graduation rates of Native students throughout Wisconsin.
UW- Green Bay witnesses enrollment increase for fifth year in a row while UW-Stevens Point suffers cuts due to dwindling trends in admissions.
French, German, geography, geoscience, history and two art majors remain slated for elimination at UW-Stevens Point.
Voter registration on campus in 2018 is comparable to that of a presidential election year, which usually boasts much higher turnout.
UW-Stevens Point needs to cut between $4 and $6 million from the budget, which accounts for nearly 90 percent percent of faculty salaries. So far, no jobs have been cut.